It seems you were too busy being racist to pay attention to the facts: this is not one theatre, it's the chains that control 80% of the theatres in the UK.
Or, since you refer to "muslin kids", perhaps you meant rag dolls, not rag heads?
I understand enough about Islam to know that there's no consensus within Islam about what the material aims of Islam are, and that no one individual has the authority to say what those aims are, and "no one individual" includes you and me. I wonder what expertise you claim that trumps these 1000 Muslim leaders and academics?
I suspect you've been misled by the common myth that religion is bound to an unchanging literal interpretation of its founding texts, and so the "true" version of a religion is found by a simplistic reading of those texts, but that's not the way most religion works in the real world (including most of Islam). Religions change over time, much to the inconvenience of those whose argument against religion is the dogma that they don't.
Lets check your reasoning:
Some terrorists are Muslims
All Muslims are terrorists.
Oh, look. It seems you just flunked Logic 101.
So although the experts don't know what caused the crash, it seems that the British PM David Cameron does know, and it's ISIS.
In other news, Cameron wants British airstrikes on ISIS but can't get the support of parliament.
No matter how much I tell myself that correlation is not causation, this just looks like too much of a coincidence.
No, because the ruling doesn't apply to pay at all, only to maximum permissible hours -- essentially a health and safety thing.
The unions are pushing for the hours to count for pay as well, but that would take a new ruling.
LOL, talk about these guys being taken for a ride!
I think the problem is that the guys were not likely to get taken for a ride.
Just because you ride a bike, doesn't mean you can ride in the road and ignore traffic lights, ignore stop signs, cut the lane in between cars and have the gull to grab onto a car and use it as a speed booster.
Indeed it doesn't. And I don't know about where you are, but in the UK most of those things are likely to get the cyclist a hefty fine if caught. Sure, some cyclists try it on anyway, but how many motorists can say they've never exceeded a speed limit?
A Christian POV is that witches don't necessarily realize that they've made a pact with the devil
Fixed that for ya. (Most Christians of my acquaintance seem to have heard of that idea but consider it nonsense.)
Nothing will ever be attempted if all possible objections must be first overcome. -- Dr. Johnson